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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

^riday October 12 1973 GOODBYE Departees for Reforger say goodbye to families and friends as they prepare to board the buses. (Official U.S. Army photos) i?RESS/ 3. Cfihi &£ R£L£ASBP WANTEPl EL coops mo ft hoop o. ME£P& QuAUFIEP 7Z FILL SPECIAL QUTY ANP Avti\oR\-zep FbsirioNsf )). A. WRITBRS fib# 7F/£ f&RTHOOP SENTINEL &Z.OAVCA&TERS FbR Wb FTtiocP RAP/0(§d) TV. ^QUALIFICATIONS /. doORn»li€M OR RAP/o/TV gfiF£R(£HC£. 2. VlNFoS (7fQ or 7lR) IF fossiBLE". From SP&C//U. PutY PfZOCEDUR. E* 2. seS-34-/0 3. Contact% IT SL^P£: Wi EUtflNXTE SHORT TRIPS UNIT To F/LL. cR AOTtioR\-ZEP fbsiTloN^. 1. CALL FbR AN A?fbiNW£NT. Conserve ENER&( Last week under a blistering Texas sun three Ft. Hood units departed here from Robert Gray Army Air­ field for the Federal Republic of Germany. The Ft. Hood units will join and support the 1st Infantry Division during Reforger V the fifth in a series of exercises desig­ ned to meet the United States' NATO committments. Units deployed ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

Page Twelve-A ROCKY'S ROAD—Automation does )nake driving a satisfying experience for this child while at the Heart O' Texas Fair in Waco. The driver is one of the jchildren from the McLennan County By Bob Allen Individuals weaving their ivheels while sipping the saoce might be in for a shock if the Military Police catch them during their erratic iv in is especially if these individuals are under the impression that refusal to take a blood test for alcohol content will ex­ cuse them from punishment. The Deputy Provost Mar­ shal stated that AR190-5 brought about the recent im­ plied consent regulation at Ft. Hood. "The state of Texas has been using this for years" he said. "In essence it states that by virtue of granting you the privilege to drive on this installation (Ft. Hood) you are giving your implied con­ sent to submit to chemical analysis to determine if and how much you have been drinking." At present individuals suspected of drunk driving are taken to Darnall Hospital for a ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

^Friday October 12 1973 One of life's more sombre but necessary tasks is facing up to the reality that all of us need a legally recognized will. And it should be regar­ ded as a positive instrument not something to remind us that we are mere mortals. In simplist terms a will is a vehicle providing for the orderly distribution of property in accordance with your predetermined wishes at time of death. Every adult probably needs a will even those in modest circumstan­ ces. Americans today often begin building sizeable estates in their early twen­ ties. The relatively liberal fringe benefits now provided in most occupations can have a dramatic impact when one stakes stock of his total finan­ cial worth. With group life in­ surance company profit sharing home ownership pension plans and the now in­ creased social security benefits many people on the lower end of the economic ladder can point to estate potential far exceeding what one might normally estimate without taking an exact per­ s...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

Page Fourteen-A SP/4 John Holifield likes the Army And he likes to talk about it. "I joined the Army in November 1970. And it's been ood to me ever since. "I've continued mv education. I made Trooper-of-the-Month. And pretty soon I'll be going out to California for ITC. "My wife likes it too. And we just had a baby girl. So I think there's a great future in it for all of us. 'The way I look at it the Army gets better everv time a 'ood man reenlists. And I just signed up for six more years'. Why are you staying in? FORT HOOD SENTINEL The Army gets better every 'i jrgTM Friday October 12 1973

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

Friday October 12 1973 SPORTS Reunions are becoming By JERRY REED To use the vernacular of the television weather­ man the chances of recognizing any of your old friends at homecoming are now about 30 per cent. Oh there will be a few at the game that you may recall but there aren't to many that you can call by name unless you happen to have a copy of the old school annual and they are almost as outdated as a dynaflow transmission which was an option of the '53 Pontiacs. It never fails your date always grabs you by the wide lapel on your double-knit suit and ask you the same old question "Who was that?" In an idle moment you suddenly remember that gorgeous gal in question with the cute anatomy was your old lab partner. Gee the last time you saw her she was wearing braces and when she smiled it looked like she had just swallowed a television antena. It wasn't really designed that way but instead of watching everyone was visiting each other in hom- comings across the country and catchi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

Page Two-B By JERRY REED Sports Editor Set your compass in any direction this weekend and you are bound to find some exciting football action. Perhaps the needle points strongest in the "true north" area where the action will be fierce tomorrow afternoon in Dallas. It's here again the Texas- Oklahoma game and this one isjust like the 67 previous meetings ruff and tough. Not only will a capacity crowd expected in the Cotton Bowl but also a national television audience view one of the greatest rivalries in the coun­ try. Actually neither team will have an advantage as such because it is going to by played in a neutral site. This particular series has been an annual attraction in Dallas. Texas leads the series 42-23- 2 it has been played in Big since 1929. Oklahoma has \yon the last two games and comes into the game with a 2-0-1 record while the Longhorns are 2-1 on the year. The Longhorns and the Sooners are old rivals. OU ranks second (behind Texas A&M) on Texas' list of 'most of...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

Friday October 12 1973 Wesley Mills and William Adair are becoming an im- famous pair in the Ft. Hood Bass Club. The twosome have won the new club's first two Pot-Luck Tournaments by virtue of their total weight in bass. Mills and Adair duplicated their first performance of the year as they garnered the most fish once again. You might say that the pair are catching on to the sport. The winning weight for this duo was an even seven pounds. Sam Womack was the in­ dividual winner as he hauled in a whopper at three poun­ Teams will be organized into one league and time permitting a double round robin will be played. The top eight teams from league play will participate in the Non- divisional Double Elimination Basketball Tournament to be conducted during the period of January 21-31 1974 at Post Gymnasium building 12018. The top-rated teams from the nondivisional Basketball Tournament will represent the nondivisional units in the Ft. Hood Basketball Tour­ nament to be conducted during th...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

Page Fotir-B «v* W- V" By TONY BIFFLE They began their tenure as ^•HOW's salute battery with i»2his year's 50-round Fourth of Sttily salute at III Corps & Ft. ^liood Hqs. and ended it last w\veek at HOW Field with an ^41-round salute honoring l-JBrig. Gen. Lawrence S. ^Ayrfght assistant 2nd Armd. *j3iv. commander for support. £~!".They" are the men of jKBtry. "B" 1st Bn. 3rd Field »~Artillery DivArty 2nd Armd. fbiv. ••"'After last week's ^welcoming ceremony for flBrig. Gen. Wright Col. ^-Albert B. Akers DivArty *irommander told the men »jrianning the Pack 75mm *JHfoWitzers that they "have set «sn enviable record" during *4he last three months. HERO OR BUM "You're either a hero or a s^bum" Cpt. John D. Holp v'Btry. "B" commander asser- "tieit "there's no middle ground. It has to be done right absolutely correct. r'You might be able to fool the spectators the infantry or- armormen but you can't fool the artillery if it's done wrong." if-.. to. *MlU3.\ Salute duty is now over Colon...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

Friday October 12 1973 To World War II-era GIs Spam was a mealtime meat item dished up by the mess sergeant. But to future Army aviators SPAM may mean the palce where an ailing helicopter or airplane goes for repairs. SPAM which stands for "Shelter Portable Aircraft Maintenance" is acutally a series of 11 metal and fiberglass buildings that can be folded up somewhat like a roadmap for easy carrying or delivery to isolated locations. Currently the concept of the buildings is being field tested by the Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaulation and. Review (MASSTER) at Fort Hood Texas. The importance of the SPAM idea according to the By Clem Hughes On November 15 1971 the 187th Assault Helicopter Com­ pany was operating in the Republic of Viet Nam. Two UH-1H helicopters of the unit were dropping off troops near the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). Ther was a young Private First Class assigned with the Assault Company Pfc. William Callahan who was a helicopter gunner and had been with his un...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

Page Six-B S E 5 I E PITSCHKE The engines of the huge DC-9 erupted in anticipation of a long journey and Pvt. Dave Ranney sat back relaxed and optimistic. In the terminal he had reassured his wife that when he reached Germany he'd find an apartment and have her plane ticket in the mail in "no time at all." .There were others aboard Dave's flight as confident as he of seeing their wives soon. Most had saved money for eventual relocation and planned to use their "nesteggs" to set up house in the Federal Republic. Dave's search for an apart­ ment was typical for a newcomer to Germany. "No time at all" turned quickly into a week and when the month mark of the Ranney's separation came he was still hunting. "I was really in a bind" he recalls "The place had to be halfway decent and near Frankfurt but the prices for something like that were way over my head." Dave finally settled for a one-room apartment with a kitchen and a bathroom. Three months after he left the states his wife followed...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

ftober 12 1973 It seems "Hell's Fires" provide the warmth in Sgt. David L. Stutzman's military career. Assigned to Hq. & Hq. Btry. DivArty (Hell's Fires) 2nd Armd. Div. Stutzman recently reenlisted for five years in MOS 31B30 to fill his own vacancy the one that would have been created had he left the service. Stutzman's reenlistment is noticable because his MOS has a Variable Reenlistment Bonus multiplier of four giving him a reenlistment bonus of $10000 (before taxes). Tnmatnac into Beans 'Fruit Drinks 0 & Cragmoat. Refreshing! —46-o*. Can tymato Juice Root Beer Tomato Cocktail 6.5-oz. Bakery Low Ptkesl French Bread 38« Skylark. Sliced. Safeway 16-oz. Special! Loaf Brown & Serve English Muffins Rbt Dog Buns HOW NCO reenlists Highway. Chunk Tuna Prior to his reenlistment ceremony Sgt. Alan Power asst. DivArty PSNCO asked him why he only reenlisted for five years instead of the usual "burst of six." He replied "Five's all I needed to get $10000." Or as 1st Lt. Bill Price...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

Page Eight-B Monday 15 October 7:59 National Anthem 8:00 Weather FH News -f What's Happening 8:28 Care and Concern 8:43 Pneumatic Tools: Nail Driver & Wood Borer 9:00 Point of Decision '9:15 Map Reading Elevation & Relief Pt 3 10:00 Organization of FDC & Duties Of Personnel 10:34 Review of Basic Electronics of Vulcan/Chaparral 11:00 Viral Hepatitis 11 18 Mechanical Training on the .45 Cal Pistol Pt 2 12:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 12:28 Care and Concern 12:43 1RF Flight Plans DD Form 175 (IRF Stopover) .1:00 POL Safety 1:25 Gen Disassembly & Reassem­ bly of the .45 Cal Pistol .2:00 The Proposed Non-Disability Retirement '2:47 This is Your Challenge (Driving in Germany) .3:00 Inspection of Tank Automotive Material (Tracked Vehicles) 3 42 Principles of Reconnaissance '4:00 Dogs Born for Action 5:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 5:28 Care and Concern 15:43 But More Than This 6:10 The Stillwell Road -7:00 Weather FH News What's Happening '7:28 Care and Concern...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

Friday October 12 1973 •fetfUAUFlCA T/O/VS /. dooRnalisM Performance time is 8:00 p.m. Pride in only three or four years has become one of the biggest-selling artists in the history of country music. His impact on the en­ tire world of entertainment in fact has him in a category all by himself. Pride records for RCA Records. Pride brings with him to Waco his five-member backup band The Pridesmen. There will be additional en­ tertainment provided by another RCA artist Ronnie Milsap and one of Nash­ ville's leading show groups Hie Four Guys. NON-DIVISIONAL POST CHAPEL (5-6121) Catholic Sun 1000 Protestant Sun 11001900 DARNALL ARMY HOSPITAL CHAPEL (5-2216) Protestant WANTEPI or fyFzoceDuez. E* If you are "into" scenic beauty and turned on by the unusual can dig a tourist at­ traction that is peaceful and quiet without a raucous car­ nival atmosphere then you would enjoy a visit to the unique Aquarena Springs in beautiful old San Marcos Texas. The springs are especially romantic to visi...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

Page Ten-B IT GIVES OPENING MESSAGE Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. Ill Corps and Ft. Hood commander speaks at the opening session of the seventh Race Relations Instructors Course in the Main Theater Oc­ tober 5. (U.S. Army Photo) Early last week Lt. Col. Alvin Ornstein 1st Bn. 50th (Mech.) Inf. commander flew to Washington D.C. to become the first Army officer to receive the Col. Charles A. Stone Award. The Stone Award is given to a graduate of the Air Force Institute of Technology who has best demonstrated the use of applied logistics management since his graduation. Sr Office merits award Lieutenant Colonel Ornstein was presented the silver bowl and walnut brown based award at Boiling Air Force Base in Washington by Maj. Gen. Peter R. Delonga Div. Maintenance Engineer and Supply USAF commander. General Delonga commen­ ted that "Because of his achievements in the area of logistical management and because he is an extrodinary choice he is most deserving NO TRICKS VA FINANCING 0 From ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

Friday October 12 1973 YOU'LL HAVE A LM)ER PAY Two days of field problems for the 1st Bn. 5th Cav. 1st Cav. Div. at Lake Belton culminated in a third day of a different type of training recently—adventure training that included cliff rappelling river crossing races and a "slide for your life." There were two rappel ^Stations for beginners from a height of 30 and 50 feet. For the veterans and more ex­ perienced there was a 120 foot rappel. A safety briefing and a thorough class on rappelling techniques proceeded a demonstration. The demon­ strator wrapped 12 feet of cord around his waist and through his legs making a "swiss seat." Hooking up the demonstrator slid over the side of the cliff and ^"walked" his way earthword. It was a new experience for many. Many of the soldiers who started out on the shor­ ter trips soon found them­ selves winging their way down a cliff from the highest point. Some found themselves looking for nerve to attempt the latter but comprimised at the smaller ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

Page Twelve-B Sentinel ANNOUNCEMENTS Lost & Found 017 $50 REWARD LOST Sunday-September 16 Male Chi-hua-hua. Lower jaw slightly out of line. If vou have found this little dog or anyone having seen him dead or alive please call 634-1642 or.634-6066 or 634-5173. BUSINESS SERVICES Dresses Sewing 040 CUSTOM SEWING. Taylor made clothes for Men or Women. Call Cha Anytime 526-5916. (tfn) Furn./ Upholstery 046 7 PIECE LIVING room suit $169.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323. Air Con. Heating 050 GEORGE'S AIR CONDITIONING HEATING REPAIR 5.26-0721 PAT'S COIN SHOP Coins & Supplies AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR COMPASS AND BOUNTY HUNTER METAL DETECTORS Open 0900 to 1830 Hours Killeen 526-5584 TYPING NEED Some Typing Done Professionally? Call 634-1881 after 5 p.m. (10-19) WULL DO ironing in mv home. Call •anytime. 634-4883. (tfn) RENTALS Misc. for Rent 084 FOR RENT Washers & Dryers Available to Military Personnel Living on Post Call or Stop by: Davis Appliance & Furniture 402 N....

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

Friday October 12 1973 While tripping in nearby Long Beach he happened on lovely Miss Valerie Lane who styles men's hair at Mr. Ron's. Valerie was accorded high honors by Schedules announced The Ft. Hood DYA Teen Gubs are now operating on the following new schedules: Main Teen Club Bldg. 427 Academic Drive: Preteen Club (ages 3-12) 3-6 p.m. Wed. through Frt. Teen Club (ages 13-19) closed on Mon­ days 6:30 10 p.m. Tuesday 6-10 p.m. Wedne­ sday and Thursday 6-11 p.m. Fridays and 3-11 p.m. Saturdays (11:45 p.m. on dance nights) and 1-4 p.m. Sundays. West Ft. Hood Teen Club Bldg. 79056: Preteen Club (Ages 8-12) 6-8 p.m. Mon. Wed. and Fri. 1-4 p.m. Sat. and Sun. Teen Club (ages 13-19) 8-10 p.m. Mon­ days closed on Tuesdays 8-10 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays 8-11 p.m. Fridays 6-11 p.m. Satur­ days 1-4 p.m. Sundays. When a dance is scheduled at the Main Teen Club Bldg. 427 the West Ft. Hood Club will operate from 1-4 p.m. only. Dependents of active duty military retired military and Ft. Ho...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 12 October 1973

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

VOL. 32 NO. 33 4 General9s message Monday October 22d has been set aside as Veterans' Day a day to honor and pay homage to those who have served with distinction and pride in i:j: our Armed Forces. & Veterans' Day dates back to 1926 when Armistice Day was designated an official American holiday to i£ commemorate the end of World War I on November 11 1918. The name of the holiday was changed from iiji Armistice Day to Veterans' Day in 1954. While the ig title Veterans' Day has remained the observance of :v this day was changed in 1971 to the fourth Monday of each October. Veterans' Day is observed to honor all our veterans 8 —those who are living and those who have paid the supreme sacrifice. It is a hallowed and sacred day which affords us an opportunity to pause and to remember the veterans who have served our country those who have endured privation hardship peril jS and death in preserving the many freedoms we enjoy today. Their legacy to us freedom is our ||ji greatest and p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 19 October 1973

Page Two ifi) By DAVE BENNETT I have always been at peace with nature. Nothing pleases me more than a solitary stroll through a gilded wood on a crisp autumn day. I've spent hours admiring a mere muskrat scooting up and down a stream or a nervous squirrel scurrying to meet his winter nut quota. I have always respected nature. I sweatingly coun­ ted my blessings after remaining motionless for an ^eternity while a bear skirted me at summer camp one year. I hung like a statue underwater off Ber- -muda once when a saw-toothed barracuda confronted -me. I've even gone yards out of my way to avoid a "flock of feeding sparrows. •1 But last weekend nature turned on me. I couldn't -Understand it. I don't take things like thunderstorms or blizzards as a personal affront everybody has to suffer through those. But this was an attack on me alone. The only precendent I can recall is a starling dropping an unpleasant present on me enroute to Sun­ day School nine years ago spoiling my blazer •t To p...

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